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Tomol33

Motion Sensor is blind after first breached

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Hi guys,

I have problem with motion sensor in kitchen. After first breach in motion sensor by association is turning on light in double switch. Light should be on for 120s. Problem is after few second if I'm out of the field of vision because motion sensor become blind and not detecting moves till turn-off light. After tunr-off light motion sensor working again fine and if there is movement again light is turning on. BUT if after first breach there is movement all the time in front of motion sensor everything is working fine as long as we are moving. Once we disappear froom detection area for a few seconds problem happening again.


Motion sensor parameter:

Parameter 1 =50

Parameter 2 =2

Parameter 3 =2 (1-2 impuls)

Parameter 4 =3(2-12 sec)

Parameter 6 =120sec

Parameter 8 =3(active only NIGHT)

Parameter 9 =1000lux

 

PS:

1)I tryed to make a soft reconfigartion and it worked for few days and then happend again this problem. 

2)There is another one motion sensor working in the same way with the same parameters with relay switch also in the same room and is working perfect form the beginning.

 

Thanks for help and have a good day for all of you

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